With a new festival logo and a program that has dedicated screening venues for each of the five competition and three out-of-competition programs, Warsaw is maintaining its reputation for innovation.
Helmer Asko Kase's epic "December Heat," about the birth of national independence in Estonia, is that country's entry for consideration in the foreign-language film Oscar category.
Warsaw's CentEast Market has a Russian flavor this year.
A slew of Eastern European entries for the foreign-language Oscar race were announced as Thursday's deadline approaches.
Estonia's Tallinn Black Nights, one of Eastern Europe's leading winter film festivals, is adding an industry event to this year's line-up.
Some of south-east Europe's leading screenwriters are among those with projects selected for the Thessaloniki Film Festival's seventh Balkan Fund script development competition.
Some of southeast Europe's leading screenwriters are among those with projects selected for the Thessaloniki Film Festival's seventh annual Balkan Fund script development competition.
Estonia's Tallinn Black Nights, one of Eastern Europe's leading winter film festivals, is adding an industry event to this year's lineup.
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Television producers are losing millions of dollars in royalties because the world's largest rights collecting agency is being kept out of central and eastern Europe.
At 26, Zoran Stankovic is one of the younger independent distributors in Europe.
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